Photocatalytic air purifier AL KL-LINE

photocatalytic air purifier
photocatalytic air purifier
photocatalytic air purifier
photocatalytic air purifier
photocatalytic air purifier
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disinfection, for ventilation


Our AL KL-Line systems clean exhaust air from kitchens with open fire cooking. AL KL-Line systems are used to clean kitchen exhaust air at restaurants, cafes, or bars with open fire cooking. Our filtration systems completely remove smoke, soot, carbon dust and all odors, i.e., all aerosols and gaseous pollutants from the exhaust air. The system’s high filtration efficiency makes it possible to place the ventilation exhaust outlet anywhere, including on the ground floor level of a building façade. This is particularly advantageous when the space was not originally designed to accommodate a restaurant. Regular air duct cleaning is no longer necessary, since pollutants are retained on the filter and not carried further into the ducts. Restaurants can equip their kitchen exhaust with a waste heat exchanger, thereby conserving energy in their HVAC system. AL KL-Line kitchen air purifiers can be optionally equipped with a smoke gas cooler (Hydrofilter), flame and spark sensors, as well as air duct fire extinguishing systems. Ventilation capacity: from 1,000 to 9,000 m3/h we can build custom units for larger air volumes Working ambient temperature: from -40 to +70˚C Purified airflow working temperature: from -55 to +65˚C Supply voltage: 230V or 400V (50 Hz) Noise level: 0 dB(A) Air cleaning stages: 8 Aerodynamic resistance clean filters / clogged filters (max): 500 / 750 Pa - aerosols, smoke, soot, and carbon deposits 99.9% - organic pollutants, including odors from the kitchen 98,0%


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